Virologist Christian Drosten said so Angela Merkel“inappropriate” Serum The subtraction was much lower than in many other European countries – leaving them vulnerable to a spike in cases again. Currently, only 64 per cent of adults in the country have been fully vaccinated – well below the UK’s total of 82 per cent.
Speaking on the “Coronavirus Update” podcast on NDR-Info, he said that although Germany is seeing relatively low case numbers at the moment, that number is set to rise from next month.
“I think there are now signs of a fall-winter wave that we’re likely to see again in October,” Drosten said.
Like the wave of Covid that hit the country last fall, he expects a similar trend again.
Dr Drosten said this was “good to hope” but should not be relied upon when making decisions.
Many people have avoided vaccines due to various conspiracy theories some of which claim that they can alter your DNA or put a tracker inside your brain.
This disinformation campaign has been accused of hampering efforts to tackle the spread of the virus.
Trying to contain some of this misinformation Youtube The Russian state-backed RT has deleted yesterday’s German-language channels.
The site said they violated its Covid disinformation policy.
“YouTube has always had clear community guidelines outlining what’s allowed on the platform,” a YouTube spokesperson said.
Germany’s RT channel initially issued an alert for uploading content that violated its disinformation policy, resulting in a week-long suspension.
During this comment, Russian Radio tried to use another channel to circumvent the ban on uploading.
“As a result, both channels have been terminated for breaching YouTube’s Terms of Service,” the spokesperson said.
In response, Roskomnadzor, the Russian government’s media watchdog, threatened to block YouTube. Russia If it does not restore channels.
Additional reporting by Monica Ballenberg